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: See Hear Breakfast News

With signing. Stereo

: Teletubbies

Urban Birds. Some children feed and watch garden birds.
Shown yesterday at 10am

: Help! It's the Hair Bear Bunch

Cartoon about three mischievous bears living at Wonderland Zoo. Repeat.4467193

: Record Breakers Gold

Amazing feats from the archive records series.Shown on Monday at 4.35pm on BBC1

: Model Millie

Jonah is annoyed by aunt
Barking's noise machine. Starring Sarah Davison , Polly Taylor and Chris Lamer.
Written byPhilip Hawthorn Repeat


Unknown: Sarah Davison
Unknown: Polly Taylor
Unknown: Chris Lamer.

: The Record

Parliamentary news. Stereo........

: School Programmes

Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.10 Short Circuit (ages 14-16) 9201954

9.30 Voces Espanolas (ages 14-16) Stereo 9939312

9.45 Words and Pictures (ages 5-7)

: Teletubbies

Bubble Pictures
Po shows how to make Tubby custard and watches three ships as they sail by. Repeatedtomorrow7.15am Repeat

: Schools Programmes

10.30 Numbertime (ages 4-6) 6195577

10.45 Cats' Eyes (ages 5-7) Stereo 6183732

11.00 Around Scotland (ages 10-12) Stereo 2518461

11.20 The Geography Programme (ages 11-16) Stereo Subtitled 7017480

11.40 Job Bank (ages 14+) Stereo 9813770

11.50 Moving to English (ages 8+)

12.10 Science in Action (ages 11-14): Chemical Reactions Stereo

: Working Lunch

Consumerupdates. Stereo ............ CEEFAX: page

: Noddy

Animated adventures. Noddy
Setsatrap. Repeat

: The Travel Hour

Today's show profiles the Italian Riviera and Bologna. Including a further instalment of Italian Regional Cookery with Valentina Harris.


Unknown: Valentina Harris.

: Indoor Bowls

Coverage of the second-round of the singles in the World Indoor Bowls championships at Preston's Guild Hall. Quarter-final places await the winners of today's matches.

: News

Regional News and Weather

: Westminster with Anne Mackenzie

Live coverage from the House of Commons of Prime Minister's Question Time. Editor Alexandra Henderson


Editor: Alexandra Henderson

: News

Regional News and Weather

: Indoor Bowls

Further second-round coverage from
Preston's Guild Hall.

: Tennis

John Inverdale introduces quarter-final highlights from the men's and women's singles at the Australian Open. At this stage last year, Goran Ivanisevic was beaten by Austria's Thomas Muster , while Pete Sampras continued his march to a second title with a five-set win over
Spain's Albert Costa.


Introduces: John Inverdale
Unknown: Goran Ivanisevic
Unknown: Thomas Muster
Unknown: Pete Sampras
Unknown: Albert Costa.

: Star Trek: the Next Generation: Tin Man

The Enterprise is ordered to transport a Betazoid, who specialises in first contact with new life forms, to the orbit of a star that is about to explode.
(Repeat) (Stereo)
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine tomorrow at 6pm


Capt Jean-Luc Picard: Patrick Stewart
Cmdr William Riker: Jonathan Frakes
Lt Cmdr Data: Brent Spiner
Lt Cmdr Geordi LaForge: Levar Burton
Counsellor Deanna Troi: Marina Sirtis
Lt Worf: Michael Dorn
Tam Elbrun: Harry Groener

: Sliders

InDinoVehtas. The travellers arrive in a primeval forest, where they discoverthat they have landed in a dinosaur's nest.


Quinn Mallory: Jerry O'Connell
Wade Wells: Sabrina Lloyd
Maximillian Arturo: John Rhys-Davies
Rembrandt Brown: Cleavant Derricks
Angelica: Marcy Mellish
Wayne Davies: Brent Sheppard
The Ranger: Alessandra Petlin

: Pound for Pound

The finance programme looks at reasons why people are refused credit. Is a denial attributable to information kept on file about individuals? And is it always as accurate as it could be? In the budget-management contest, the Sampson and Holmes families track down the best mobile-phone buys. With
Liz Barclay , MickeyClark, Vincent Duggleby and Matthew Vincent. Executive producer Peter Weil ; Editor
Robert McKenzie


Unknown: Liz Barclay
Unknown: Vincent Duggleby
Unknown: Matthew Vincent.
Producer: Peter Weil
Editor: Robert McKenzie

: Rick Stein's Fruits of the Sea

In the last programme of the series, Rick Steinjoins in May Day celebrations in Padstowby cooking pasta with red-mullet sauce, and also brings a new look to the famous Cornish pasty. A new series with Rick Stein can be seen next year. Director/Producer David Pritchard
Repeat Stereo


Unknown: Rick Steinjoins
Unknown: Rick Stein
Producer: David Pritchard

: The Travel Show

The first of a six- part travel magazine takes
Juliet Morris to Nagano in Japan, the venue forthis year's Winter Olympics. Fellow presenters Fi Glover and Simon Calder look around Budapest in Hungary. See today's choices. Producer Karina Brennan : Series producer Liz Molyneux


Unknown: Juliet Morris
Presenters: Fi Glover
Presenters: Simon Calder
Producer: Karina Brennan
Producer: Liz Molyneux

: Under the Sun

Shinjuku Boys
Gaish is an elegant Japanese playboy with lots of girlfriends who meet him atthe Club
Marilyn in the Shinjuku area of Tokyo. But, although he talks like a rugged man, he is, in fact. a woman, a so-called "onnabe", one of a group of cross-dressing ladies who provide comfort for lonely women. The female clients know that onnabes are not supposed to enter into serious relationships, but that doesn't stop onnabes trying.
The cameras followthe lives of Gaish and fellow Shinjuku boys Kaiuki and Tatsu to build up an intriguing portrait ofthe women who live as men.
Directors Kim Longinotto. Jano Williams Series editor David Pearson


Directors: Kim Longinotto.
Editor: David Pearson

: The Force

David Rose continues to follow Thames Valley
Police in his study of the changing role of today's force.
The Real Inspector Morse
Through the city where he works as well as his choices of transport and music, the life of Detective Chief Inspector Euan Read contains several echoes of Colin Dexter 's famous literary creation. But, instead of murders in academia, the real
"Inspector Morse" isfacedwith a heroin-related crimewave.
See today's choices.
Producer Helen Glanville ; Series producer SamCollyns ..........................
Then Video Nation Shorts


Unknown: David Rose
Unknown: Euan Read
Unknown: Colin Dexter
Producer: Helen Glanville

: Newsnight

News analysis introduced by Gordon Brewer.


Introduced By: Gordon Brewer.

: On Air

Continuing the series that casts a critical and sometimes irreverent eye over the week's television programmes in a mixture of reports, interviews and studio discussions.
Presented by David Aaronovitch , with reporter Donna Bernard. Executive producer Nick Fraser ; Series producer Jacquie Hughes
Followed byWeatherview


Presented By: David Aaronovitch
Reporter: Donna Bernard.
Producer: Nick Fraser
Producer: Jacquie Hughes

: The Midnight Hour

Political chat show, presented by Andrew Neil ,


Presented By: Andrew Neil

: The Learning Zone

12.30 Was Anybody There? 97610 1.00 The Argument from Design Subtitled 26271 1.30 A Living Doll A Background to
Shaw's Pygmalion SCHOOLS
2.00 History LANGUAGES
4.00 Italianissimo 13-16
5.00 Voluntary Matters
5.30 20 Steps to Better Management OPEN UNIVERSITY
5.45 Social Scientists at Work
Subtitled 3183233 6.35-7.00am
Seeingthrough Maths The Rainbow

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